God's Gang

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Ashley Bryan Gifts  --  Author, artist and teacher Ashley Bryan has been a leading figure in children's literature for over 50 years. In 1962, he was the first African American male to both write and illustrate a book for children. His work draws upon African American traditions and folklore, blending the rhythms of the oral tradition in his writing with a wide range of mediums in his art. His work has earned numerous honors, including the Arbuthnot Award for lifetime achievement, the Regina Medal, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award and several Coretta Scott King awards and honors. Bryan studied at Cooper Union and Columbia University, and taught art at Dartmouth College. In addition to creating books, Bryan helps build schools and libraries in Africa. He lives on Little Cranberry Island off the coast of Maine, and works in a studio filled with paintings, stained glass and handmade puppets.
Worms/Worm Castings/ Worm Tea  --

100% NATURAL / ORGANIC                                                      

PH BALANCED

SAFE FOR PLANTS, ANIMALS AND HUMAN                        

ODORLESS

NUTRIENTS AVAILABLE FOR PLANT UPTAKE                                   

IMPROVES MOISTURE RETENTION
IMPROVES ROOT ZONE OXYGENATION                              

 WILL NOT BURN EVEN THE MOST SENSITIVE SEEDLINGS

HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF BENEFICIAL MICROBES, BACTERIA AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS

Farm Together Now  --  Picked by Michael Pollan as his favorite food book of 2010, this part-travelogue, part-oral history, part-creative exploration of food politics will introduce readers to twenty groups working in agriculture and sustainable food production in the U.S. Throughout 2009 the authors visited twenty farms from coast to coast, talking to farmers about their engagement in sustainable food production, public policy and community organizing efforts. Interviews and photo essays with each farm/garden/project illustrate the inspiring histories, unique characters and everyday struggles of life on these farms.